Nine days after President Maithripala Sirisena took office, Sri Lanka and India Sunday pledged to deepen their relations, with New Delhi agreeing to work "closely and extensively" with Colombo.
India’s External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj feels that the Gita should be made India’s national book
Pushing for declaring Bhagwad Gita as a national scripture, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said only a formal announcement remained in this regard, sparking a controversy with TMC and and Congress coming out with sharp responses
With the Maldivian capital facing an acute water crisis after a fire in the city's water treatment plant, India today sent an IAF transport aircraft and naval vessels carrying a large consignment of water to meet the immediate requirement of over 100,000 people
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's engagements abroad have been aimed at promoting cooperation on skill development, advanced medical research and food security, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said Wednesday
Amid media reports that the 39 abducted Indian workers in Iraq have been killed by Islamic State militants, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Friday acknowledged the government "does not have concrete proof" of the men being alive or dead and is continuing to search for them based on "six indirect sources"
Government believes that 39 Indians held hostage by ISIS in Iraq are still alive as there is no confirmation of reports that they have been killed, Parliament was told today amid concerns express by members over their fate
Expressing concern over the safety of 40 Indians held in captivity of ISIS in Iraq, senior Congress leader Amarinder Singh today asked the Centre to issue a status report saying that their families have been "kept in dark" so far
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said that India is the third largest passport issuing country after China and the US
The families of five fishermen, who were awarded capital punishment by a Sri Lankan court last month on drug-trafficking charges, today met Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and sought immediate steps by India to bring them back home
India is working on the inclusion of Mauritius in the group of countries to be listed in its Visa on Arrival scheme, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said
We like things done in triplets: three wise men, who followed the Christmas Star, three Bandra Khans who rule Bollywood, and now, after the publication of Sanjaya Baru's 'The Accidental Prime Minister', the release of Rajdeep Sardesai's '2014
In a speech at Dharavi, the Union minister spoke of the success of the clean-up campaign; meanwhile, gutter water flowed underneath her stage and accumulated few feet away
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj raised the issue of early reform of the UN SecurityCouncil during her meetings with counterparts from China and the IBSA and G4 blocs, saying that concerted efforts should be made to complete the reform process by 2015, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Friday inaugurated the revived Nalanda University, renowned as a centre for learning till it was burnt down 800 years ago by an invading Turkish army
Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit later this month, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said Monday that India-China ties are "very good" and that "substantive and solid" outcomes are expected from the visit
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel, who is here on a three-day visit, will meet the Indian leadership, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, here on Friday in a visit aimed at boosting defence and strategic ties
The first batch of 44 Kerala nurses, evacuated from Libya, arrived here on Tuesday morning, said a state government official
India on Thursday raised the issue of America's cyber snooping on the country, saying it was 'unacceptable' as visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry in a conciliatory note said the US would continue to work with India wherever they saw a 'threat to shared interests'
The first batch of 58 of the total 252 Kerala nurses working in Libya who have registered to return home are on their way to the Tunisian border, a government official said on Friday.